Tuesday, February 12, 2008

How Can Zero Calories Increase Weight

Lab study ties artificial sweetener to weight gain - Diet and nutrition- msnbc.com

The researchers said sweet foods may prompt the body to get ready to take in a lot of calories as glucose receptors in the gut open, but when sweetness in the form of artificial sweeteners is not followed by a large amount of calories, the body gets confused, which may lead to eating more or expending less energy than normal.

Consequently, if you drink a glass of water that contains artificial sweetener and zero calories, this will provoke your body to eat more!

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